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Responsive and Detailed Home Inspector in Chicago

Inspector Jo inspects and thoroughly reports the properties condition before you buy so you can feel confident in your investment. We have the knowledge and critical eye to provide you with a comprehensive and accurate evaluation of your potential new home.

What is a home inspection and why do I need one?

A home inspection is a thorough examination of a property, typically performed by a professional inspector, to assess the condition of the property and identify any potential issues or defects. Home inspections typically include a visual examination of the property’s structure, roof, electrical and plumbing systems, HVAC, and appliances. The inspector may also check for any evidence of pests or mold and assess the overall condition of the property.

Key elements of a home inspection


Surface grade and drainage, home siding/exterior wall structure, driveways, sidewalks, porches/decks, windows and more…


Electrical systems, service entrance cables, electrical panel wiring, breakers, fuses, receptacle, disconnects and more…


Heating and cooling systems function, thermostatic response, and expected length of life and more…


Walls, ceilings, floors and windows are examined for construction defects, plumbing or roof leaks, insect damage, wood rot, poor insulation and more…


Water flow, water heating, and drainage of all fixtures, traps, and potential pumps and more…


Structure, foundation, cracks, moisture, mold, pests and more…

Properties we inspect

  • Listing Inspection for Sellers
  • Purchase Inspection for Buyers
  • New Construction Home Inspections
  • Pre 1900’s Home Inspections
  • Luxury Property Inspections
  • Manufactured Home Inspections
  • Multi Unit Property Inspections
  • Townhome Inspections
  • Condominium Inspections

What to expect from your Home Inspection

Inspections generally take about 2-3 hours, as there are a lot of aspects of a home to inspect and thoroughness is our top priority. Our clients, generally the prospective buyers, are encouraged to walk through the home with us as the inspection is conducted. We believe the best way to understand your new home and the investment that you are about to make is to be present with your inspector as they explore the home.